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"How to Get Free Publicity to Attract
Agents and Clients"

Joan Stewart

Joan Stewart
Speaker, Author
Port Washington, WI

If you could give our members one piece of advice on Recruiting, Retention or Agent Productivity, what would it be?

Keep your eyes on local labor statistics in your community. I don�t know what the situation is like in the world of real estate, but I know that in general, the labor market is starting to tighten up again. Remember how severe the labor shortage was six or seven years ago? Whenever you can share creative things that you�re doing to recruit or retain agents � even administrative people in your office � with the media, try to tie it into local labor statistics and talk about what the local labor statistics are, particularly in lower class communities where it�s really tight and there aren�t enough people to go around. That�s really going to work in your favor.

The more creative you are and the more proactive you are about recruiting and retention the better. If you�re willing to share that with the media, you�ll get media coverage.

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